5/12 - Two New Members Join the Solano County Library Foundation
12 May 2011
For Immediate Release
Contact: Dilenna Harris
The two newest members joining the Solano County Library Foundation will add legal, financial and graphics skills to the non-profit group that funds literacy programs for hundreds of local families.
Amy Mason of Vacaville and Alfonso Poire of Fairfield were appointed to the Board of Directors in a unanimous vote recently.
Mason has served as a computer docent in the Vacaville Library. She is a member of the Solano County Civil Service Commission and the Board of Directors of San Francisco Samoa Rescue. She is retired from the banking profession with a background in human resources. She brings computer, graphics, research and public relations skills to the Foundation board. She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis.
Poire, an attorney with a degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at UC Berkeley, works for Gaw, VanMale, Smith, Myers & Reynolds in Fairfield. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Family Support Network in Napa. He was a two-term member of the Napa Civil Grand Jury.
For information about Solano County Library Foundation and its fundraising activities, call (707) 421-8075 or go to
“The mission of the Solano County Library Foundation is to support the programs of the Solano County Library and the literacy and lifelong learning needs of the community it serves.”